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PE Submarine Outfall lines [PE]

 

# 1992 Eindhoven

Polyethylene has found increasing usage in industrial pipes, especially in large diameter submarine pipes. This paper outlines the benefits of polyethylene in this application, comparing it to competitive materials. Examples are given on projects were polyethylene has been chosen, and the reasons behind this choice.

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